Florida Man Buys Porsche And Rolex Watches With Fake Checks That He Printed On A Home Computer

A 42-year-old man from Florida, USA, purchased a brand new Porsche with a check that he printed on a computer.

He also went on to buy several Rolex watches.

Casey William Kelley cashed in nearly $140,000 check at a local car dealership on Tuesday.

He was arrested by the police on Wednesday last week after he tried to buy several Rolex watches at a jeweler in Miramar Beach with more bogus checks.

Authorities brought him in on charges for grand theft of a motor vehicle and uttering a false bank note.

After selling the vehicle, which was a Porsche 911 Turbo, the dealership unsuccessfully tried to cash the check that was given to them.

They then reported the vehicle as stolen.

The jeweler, however, opted to keep both the check and watches until the money got cleared.

When the money came back as false, the cashier reported the crime to the authorities.

The man admitted to the police that he had printed the checks at a home and used them to buy the vehicle and the watches.

There are a lot of crazy things going on in Florida.

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